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February 28, 2019
Dr. Bill Mounce

View All Things in the Light of Eternity (Psalm 39)

If you knew you would die at the end of this month, would you live differently? There are always things of secondary importance that we have to deal with, but if we knew we were going to die soon, perhaps tonight, what would we do differently? What do you want the people standing around your grave to say, and how does that image effect how you live today?
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December 21, 2018

Bible Survey, A Big Screen Perspective

Would you like to learn about the structure of your Bible and develop the skills necessary to manage the Bible’s content, purposes, and applications throughout your life? Would you like to be better equipped to share your faith with others? Dr. Bert Down's Bible Survey is a 10 session, free online Bible class that will give you a broad survey of the Old Testament and New Testament.
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September 4, 2013

Wisdom and Sex: Proverbs 5:1-23

Some time ago the CNN website featured a woman who lived a promiscuous lifestyle for many years. She had many illicit relationships over the years and reflected on them at 40 years of age.  It is clear in the article that the woman who wrote the article isn’t a Christian.  She doesn’t fully understand what God teaches about sexual purity. But we see in her words that one can’t violate God’s ways without consequences. The image of God is etched in us, and we can’t escape God’s world.
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July 17, 2013

The Benefits of Wisdom: Proverbs 3:1-18

One of my favorite novels is David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. Is there anyone better than Dickens at filling a novel with fascinating and unforgettable characters: from the hypocritical Uriah Heep to the incompetent but likable Mr. Micawber? When my son, Daniel, had a literature class at Western Kentucky University, the professor said that no one has ever captured better what it is like to grow up young and abused than Dickens in David Copperfield.
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July 12, 2013

Who was Mephibosheth?

A son of Jonathan (2 Sam 4:4). When five years old his father and grandfather, King Saul, were killed at Gilboa (1:4; 1 Chron 10). His nurse, hearing of the defeat and fearful of the advancing Philistines, fled with the boy in such haste as to occasion a crippling fall, leaving him lame in both feet. This began a train of sorrows to which the young prince was heir during his melancholy life.
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